I think like me, many of us have spent today regrouping and try to get over the shock of the number of arrivals at the SPA yesterday. To say that morale is low would be the understatement of the year. However we must fight on, for the sake of the dogs.
I promised photos of the event at Maxi Zoo and here they are. Everyone who took part in the collection had a good time, chatting to people about their animals (several had adopted from the SPA) and trying to heighten public awareness about the need for neutering in order to stop the proliferation of dogs many of whom are only wanted when they are young and cute and who often end up at the SPA when this is no longer the case.
It was planned to be a one day event, but the shop was open again today, and the stream of customers showed no sign of letting up. So Maxi Zoo asked if we would like to be present again today. Thanks to everyone who gave up their time on a Sunday to meet and greet the public and thanks to Maxi Zoo for being such wonderful hosts yet again.
Here are just some of the photos taken yesterday. If only things weren’t so bleak at the refuge, I am sure we would be skipping with joy. Who knows, maybe some adoptions will follow…..
We are still waiting for a Xmas miracle.
Pro- neutering and anti abandon leaflets were handed out